Article by Althaf Hussain lawyer at Fountain Solicitors
We will help you to understand the rules of Shariah compliant Islamic Wills
Observance with the Islamic laws of inheritance carries the potential of great blessing and mercy from our Creator, as mentioned in Surah An-Nisa.
The Islamic laws of inheritance provide for a specific distribution as mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah and codified by scholars. However, unless you make a valid Islamic Will, your estate will not be distributed in accordance with Islamic laws of inheritance and you will not be able to leave a Wasiyya. The Wasiyya is the portion of up to a third of your estate which you can leave to anyone who does not automatically inherit under the Islamic laws of inheritance.
We prepare a Will for you according to Islamic Law
Fountain Solicitors have established a proven track record in the field of Sharia-compliant Wills. Uniquely, we have extensive knowledge of both the provisions of Sharia law and the requirements under English law, as our team has studied under, and consulted extensively with, Muslim scholars in this field.
Our Will expert lawyer Althaf Hussain, has English qualifications and is also a Quran Hafiz.This dual expertise enables him to provide tailored advice to your individual situation, ensuring that your Islamic Will is prepared in accordance with your faith.
Contact our lawyer Althaf Hussain today for advice on how to write an Islamic Will
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